Murray Charter School to Possibly CLose

Jacey Brown, Writer

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After around five years, a charter school in Murray is considering closing their doors for good due to millions owed in debt and other issues.

American International School of Utah (AISU) has been in the public eye for their scandals a couple times in the past few years – whether it was the schoolwide whooping cough outbreak or the shifting administration and staff, this school is a master of making the news.

The Executive Director of the charter school, Tasi Young, sent out a letter to parents Tuesday, hinting at decisions being made about whether or not to close the school, and when.

“We are all shocked at the quick progression of these issues. The best interests of our students, families, and staff continue to be our number one priority,” said Young in the letter.

AISU will be hosting a Board meeting that is open to the public Wednesday, May 1st at 4:00 p.m. in the school’s Music Room. It is said that the board will meet at 8:00pm and will then use parent, staff, and administration input to possibly determine the future of the school.

If you’re considering making your voice heard at this meeting, you can find AISU at 4998 South Galleria Drive in Murray.